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‘Wonder Woman’ Gal Gadot Gets Into a New Role and Steps Out in Impeccably Styled Jewelry

She wore Tiffany & Co. diamonds to the premiere of Red Notice.




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EVER SINCE GAL Gadot starting appearing on the red carpet, this “wonder woman” has proven to be the epitome of minimal style in jewelry with maximum impact. Gadot is a natural beauty: Everything she wears, from her gowns to her jewelry, shows off her youthful glamour and her preference for clothes and accessories that allow her to be the focal point. Even when she wears renowned brands, she is not a backdrop for the exquisite jewels. She is always front and center, allowing the jewelry to seamlessly work with her look. She has an excellent stylist and a great sense of her own style.

Most recently, this was apparent at the Red Notice premiere, where she wore a glittery sequined cocktail dress that was the perfect shade of, yes, red, with Tiffany & Co. Blue Book diamond and gemstone jewelry. A pair of linear drop earrings in platinum and diamonds hung gracefully from her lobes, while she wore one ultra-sparkly diamond and rare tourmaline bracelet on her wrist. Sometimes less is more when the less is still glittering with diamonds. While I am sure there will be disagreements as to whether she should have worn this necklace with a deep neckline, I believe the earrings showed off her swanlike neck, while a jewel draped around it would have created a less sensual vibe and would have not been as effective in featuring the lines of her jewels and dress. The bracelet was enough to balance the look, which I personally am going to imitate.

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.



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